brisk, frosty, wintry, chilly; see cold 1, cool 1.
Cold in manner
formal, distant, aloof, icy; see aloof, indifferent 1, unfriendly 1.
discouraging, unhappy, dispiriting; see dismal 1, sad 2.
coolness, coldness, rigor, crispness, frigidity, sharpness, iciness, nip, bite; see also cold 1.
virus, head cold, ague; see cold 3, disease.
To reduce temperature
cool, freeze, refrigerate, ice; see cool 2, freeze 2.
dispirit, dishearten, dampen; see depress 2, discourage 1.
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Relative lack of physical warmth:
Marked by a low temperature:
Not friendly, sociable, or warm in manner:
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